The Fairy Bridge Troll
Christine works hard every night to rebuild the fairy bridge to Trollsville and the other worlds–the one she destroyed in order to claim her magical power.
But the rocks fight her. Does the bridge not want to be repaired? Or did Christine take the wrong advice (from humans, of course) about how it should go together?
Can she figure out the proper way to reassemble the bridge? Who can she trust?
And what will she do once she finally finishes her duty and crosses over?
The Fairy Bridge Troll–the final novel in the Seattle Trolls trilogy–continues the coming-of-age journey of Christine, a changeling, as she takes control of her Destiny, and in the end, her life.
The Harps of the Six Kingdoms
Jacob’s wife died in childbirth.
She shouldn’t have.
But magic exists only in the land of the Six Kingdoms. Not on the mainland where Jacobs lives. No healer could save his wife.
What can Jacob, a simple boot maker, do to address such inequality? Or Zara, a girl raised in the streets? Or Brother Isadore, the priest behind a grand plan to change everything?
Lush detail, wildly-creative magic, and a page-turning ending, make this dark, epic fantasy a tale for all ages, with something for every fantasy reader.
The Dwarven Wars
The Old One will not rest until he destroys the Greater Oregon Fairy Kingdom. Warrior, servant, and royal alike face death.
Old world dwarves threaten as well, plotting a genocidal invasion to steal all the magic in the new land.
Nora’s revenge against the Old One will not be stayed, even as her twin brother, Dale, makes peace with the ancient being.
Double-crosses and twisted plans abound in the last book of the Clockwork Fairy Kingdom trilogy, The Dwarven Wars. A fast-paced New Adult fantasy story that always leaves you guessing!
The Dwarven Wars—the final novel in the Clockwork Fairy Kingdom trilogy!
The Immortal’s War
Tong Yi lives in Taiwan and works as a messenger for Huli Transport—a company that specializes in delivering messages and packages for non-humans. He values his oath to the company and makes heroic efforts to ensure the messages entrusted to him arrive safely and on time.
However, between the awesome motorcycle he rides who insists of “dancing” with him by fishtailing and trying to dump him every chance she gets, and the brewing war between the non-humans, “…or die trying” seems more likely with every message he delivers.
And then his brother turns up as a combatant, and possibly his enemy…
If you enjoy Chinese myths and legends woven into a modern story, you’ll love “The Immortals’ War.”